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FOX Business
Aug 23, 2013 12:00am EDT
, who is we, washington, when they don't let a camera around. there is so much money here, life is good >> john: we start with myth number 7 because americans are so fat it's government's job to help us eat better. >> changing old habits is never easy. >> john: no, it's not. so the first lady says to change behavior. >> it's going to take government doing its part. >> john: if michelle obama wants to inspire us by exercising on the white house lawn, that is great but with government it's force. >> this is not banning what you are buying but simply the size of the cup that can be used. >> john: in my hometown, they are upset about big cups of soda. they want big cups illegal. >> this is biggest thing to curb esity. >> john: i can buy two of these, that is 32 ounces around i can buy one of these. how does this curb obesity? >> my mayor is proud he has forced every chain restaurant to clearly post calorie koonth. >> there were few skeptics but now they are national models. >> john: that sadly that true. under obamacare all big chains will have to post calorie counts even though they don't
FOX Business
Aug 7, 2013 12:00am EDT
with anyone who owns the washington post. and casey have been living under a rock, amazon c is buying the "washington post" for $250 million. the news sent company stock leaping more than 4%. buffett berkshire hathaway owned shares call which means that he made nearly 42 million. nice pocket change. like he needs it. meanwhile, losing "money," anyone who owns american eagle outfitters taking an ax to second quarter outlook, mostly by noon weakening profit margins. hanging 12% the news. and he did not hit a home run last night, but a-rod was our ratings home run for the network. he played just hours after receiving a 211 and suspension for steroid use. it was the highest rating this year for a yankees game. more than triple the avege at its peak. just when i said -- just what i said was going to happen. so, if you owe taxes the government could be after more than just germany. and new plan in new york with his genius, i may say, could strip the driver's license from anyone knowing more than ten grand in taxes. i'll know why this is n been happening for years. i just spoke to the taxat
FOX Business
Aug 3, 2013 12:00am EDT
because things are not getting better coming from washington? your thoughts? >> i think that's right. particularly if you get a recent college graduates. good degrees and would like to get good, well paying jobs and i just unable to, or people who were laid off and the great recession and its aftermath and are unable to get jobs that pay what they were making before th were laid off. as a result they the kind of people you would look to the start franchises to my take -- chart their own th. thproblem is there are so many disincentives built-in to our current economy. i think many of them coming from washington, it is not exactly a great time to be an entrepreneur he. melissa: it is tough, and a lot of people that follows on-line said you have to be careful not to have anybody work more than 29 hours or have more than 49 employees if you start your own franchise. but would you say take the bulls by the warren -- take the bull by the ones? >> if you are underemployed or working at starbucks, why not? we have a lot of intelligent and educated people. they need to start thinking about st
FOX Business
Aug 28, 2013 5:00pm EDT
or see things in washington -- >> or wisconsin. melissa: yes. have been hired and paid to be there. in this case, they say, people, they were paid to initially be skeptical and they're supposed to ask him various questions. and then they would appear to be convinced by what he was saying, first of all, those are damn good actors for 15 bucks an hour convinced i want want any weiner -- >> he had to do something, he had to get someone to galvanize senatorrers. couldn't come up with supporters here in new york. everyone said, what are you doing? why are you even in the race. being pushed out by his own party to get out of the race. >> this is more than new york politics. this is a dangerous thing happening in america. and again, i said wisconsin, i wasn't being, it wasn't a figure of speech. in wisconsin, remember the anti-governor walker campaign. they took over city -- anybody out there who thinks those following were normal folks are protesting, sorry folks, if you believe that, it is not true. these people were paid by union, they were union goons. they were paid bit union to prot
FOX Business
Aug 14, 2013 12:00am EDT
to washington, d.c. lawmakers don't want to pay higher air fare. that is why they're targeting this particular merger. could this be as simple divesting some of those landing and takeoff slots? i know there is issue with having monopoly of non-stop flights as well out of that particular airport, reagan national? >> i think yes, they may need to shed some slots. that will be part of a garr baining process. when you say monopy, ignores the fact of almost every airline hub with the exception of chicago with two carriers competing at hub, hub carrier don't have monopoly but they have the vast majority of the traffic. at reagan national here in washington, d.c., us airways is offering service to a number of smaller points just as an example, non-stop to huntsville, al back if the sots for that go away, it is likely that one of the other carriers willse that for service to one of thr large hubs or another large city. plus there's competition in the huntsville market with united at dulles airport, 30 odd miles from reagan national, this is a bit after red herring in my opinion. lori: maybe i chose th
FOX Business
Aug 1, 2013 5:00pm EDT
in washington. james, what's going on here? >> well, you know, melissa, a few years back then secretary of state hillary clinton said she was inclined to approve the keystone pipeline because clinton said either the u.s. would get what she called dirty oil from canada or from the persian gulf. these days president obama as you say openly ridiculing republicans for touting jobs that keystone would create. >> they keep on talking about this, an oil pipeline coming down from canada, that is estimated to create about 50 permanent jobs. that is not a jobs plan. >> that followed comments in "the new york times," in which the president said that the most realistic estimates are this might create maybe 2,000 jobs during the construction of the pipeline which might take a year or two. then after that we're talking about somewhere between 50 and 100 jobs the president chuckled in an economy of 150 million working people. that he said is a blip relative to the need. >> this week he actually mocked the project and the jobs that it would create. i don't know how he can look americans in the eye who are strug
FOX Business
Aug 22, 2013 5:00pm EDT
washington correspondent james rosen is at the state department with more. james, what is the latest? >> reporter: melissa, good afternoon. officials here are saying they haven't yet conclusion sievely determined that chemical weapons were indeed used in this attack but they are saying that the death toll estimates range from 1,000 to 1800. either way as you say it is perhaps the worst chemical attack seen in three decades. the obama administration is ordering the united states intelligence community to try to determine all the facts surrounding this episode to make some kind of a determination. officials here said they still believe that the syrian rebels don't possess the capability to launch chemical weapons of this kind but nonetheless they said that they are going to try and nail down the facts here within a certain set of time because for one thing, soil samples get con tam nated especially in a war zone. here is what the state department spokesperson said about the time frame of this investigation earlier today. >> it is not just about acquiring information on specifically on
FOX Business
Aug 17, 2013 12:00am EDT
more compelling urgency. and i might also add that washington regulators might be more likely to get involved. charles: more customer of rage. >> you have a contract to you pay for something. you expect to get the other person. charles: what damages would i expect? the pga tour. i saw death mayor. what am i asking for? why asking for monetary damages? >> how many people are designated will be determined down the road when the class is certified in the have plaintiffs you're basically going to look at how much and what portion of the content of what the pay for they have been deprived of. that will boil down to a monetary amount on a case by case basis. charles: i hate to say, what is outside the lawyers will make more money off of that ben of your or the participants in a lawsuit. >> oh, never, charles. before we go, the overall measure of the television industry, rapid change is coming. what are you seeing? is anything big? >> what is happening is netflix and amazon and gloom are the ones making big kinds of negotiations much more complicated. you just heard that sony and viacom hav
FOX Business
Aug 20, 2013 12:00am EDT
? ♪ melissa: now to the battle in seattle, washington state has a highest minimum wage in the country at $9 per hour. some say it is still not good enough. the new proposed looking the right to increase more than 60% to $15 per hour. hereith the realities of what that would do to businesses, gentlemen, thank you so much for coming on. i said i want somebody from a coffee shop in seattle, that is one of the things seattle has known about. you are the owner of a coffee shop, have to pay $15 per hour, how does that change your business and the number of employees who work for you? >> it would change the number of employees slightly. it will be wonderful to have each employee make at least $15 per hour because it provides a basic living wage. right now we don't have that, but i would like to make a law for that force and a lot of other employers to do so w. melissa: okay. my does not grow on trees, has to come fr somewhere. so if you pay is to present more than what you are paying them before, where does that money come from? are you able to raise prices enough to make that? our owners taking h
FOX Business
Aug 1, 2013 12:00am EDT
of this in the ironic thingis that everybody from washington d.c. to san diegoas known about this guy's behavior, been as cereal pervert, a jerk for years, and get a prop him up for mayor. they contribut to his campaign. they worked on his behalf to get him elected and now they're all shocked at this kind of behavior . >> when i was going to say, what they are finding is he isti standing firm in saying i will be the mayor. i am not stepping down or resigning. think that is part of the reason why over 60 percent of san diego's on amount. they just want him out a one recall. melissa: it is a serious issue that taxpayers could be liable for this behavior. yo know, it is insult to injury on top of everything else. would there be a lesson to taxpays around the country down the road when we're thinking about, i don't know, electing people like anthony wiener may do things while they're in office and then the taxpayer would be liable for his behavior if he continued past behavior when he gets into office? >> you have elias' that's a who is also running for office. in fact, between the two they form a little
FOX Business
Aug 6, 2013 12:00am EDT
, personally bung a "washington post" for $250 million. as a result of the deal the company will be changing its name to kindle kill their newspaper business. i'm getting. and nice bump after hours. look at that. so the rumor, gossip. we have it all year. today the word on wall street is all about be intensifying war among for wall street titans and herbalife. new reports that there was a complaint filed against a hedge fund alleging that the fund broke insider trading laws. what is it about herbalife that has for billionaires' battling in one colossal food fight? with me now is the "wall street journal" spencer jacobs. a lot of stock out there. why did these four guys have to crowd in and fight over this? >> the interesting thing is, you can look at it like a schoolyard fight. someone daring someone else to do sething. these guys just happened have billions of dollars to throw around. more going on there under the surface because he is so strident in his stand on herbalife and is put some mu money it play. melissa: which for anyone who has bn living under a rock, he says that herbalife is e
FOX Business
Aug 15, 2013 5:00pm EDT
washington and the egyptian military. you know, that military i think one flywheel, supported incidentally by the egyptian people that is preventing islamism taking root permanently in egypt. we should be supporting it, not distancing ourself from it. lori: lisa, you're shaking your head. president's comments a lot of people raised eyebrows and mentioned muslim brotherhood almost going to far as to giving it credit, and acknowledging drawing a line in the two sand. >> absolutely. called it a color war of sorts, right? two sides both being violent and both sides need to stop the violence but exactly as christian was saying this is something that needs to be on the behalf of the obama administration very clearly outlined if there is to be any hope for the u.s. to have any leverage or any in the future of how egypt will design its government. lori: so, christian, the president did say today that he would cancel u.s. military exercises there. is that a big deal or is it just for show? clearly no mention of the u.s. aid going into the region or what to do about it in the future. >> i gather tha
FOX Business
Aug 21, 2013 5:00pm EDT
with a new idea, economy is going sideways because we're doing bad things in washington, when you're in that kind of environment you don't hire people. don't have babies. you can't do that in an uncertain world. melissa: t.j., thank you so much for coming on. appreciate your time. good thoughts. >> you're welcome, thank you. melissa: what did he say to me, there was mixture of things which is typical of liberal drift develop? >>> next on "money," alarming reports that the assad regime is using chemical weapons, claims that more than a thousand civilians were slaughtered in a poison gas attack. we have the latest details on a chilling situation. don't go away. much more "money" after this. melissa: turning to a new and very serious developments in sir why, reports of more than 1,000 people including women and children have been killed in a horrific nerve gas attack near the country's capital of damascus. i do want to warn all our viewers the video you're about to see is difficult to watch. activists and rebels saying assad's forces used chemical weapons on their own people. the reg
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